Starting out in 2008 with only a little money but plenty of passion and desire to invest in these neglected lands, France began with the acquisition of just half a hectare. With a little help from her friends, family and working from a tiny cellar, she now tends 8.5 hectares of vineyards around Blacé in the Beaujolais Villages appellation.
France is known for redefining the region by continually building upon the riches and ruins of previous generations. Playful but beautifully made wines with a natural bent.
100% Gamay. Granite soil. Vines 45 years.
Carbonic macerations for 20 days and fermented in concrete tanks. Aged in 50% concrete and 50% aged barriques. No sulphur at bottling.